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of three states tonight, minnesota, mis scmiz colorado. rick santorum, the big winner in two of the three so far. there is a race for the colorado caucuses as we take a look at the live vote total coming in. 48% of the projected vote. now again, folks, this is not 48% of the precincts. we are well above that. this is the projected vote total tonight. 48% of that, rick santorum with a lead, 38% to 36%. there are could you wanties coming in every moment. last time i talked a lot came in, now, they are not. [chuckles] >> dispone% of the precincts are reporting, hey, i think this is a trend. 38-35%. let's check in with elysia in a very empty room in colorado, where there was a speech earlier. >> reporter: getting emptier by the moment. but we will keep listening to you talk as the returns continue to come in as quickly as possible. but it has been a slow go. there are volunteers running this process. there are about 3300 individual precincts in colorado. so it is taking some time. as you mentioned, it is coming down to the wire. you know, this morning, newt gingrich told fox -- told the foxes
night in the midst of rick santorum winning the minnesota caucuses and the colorado caucuses and the missouri fake thing that didn't count for anything, there was an odd, hereto fore unexplained moment. this is rick santorum walking on the stage to his victory party, as you can see, there is a small group of people who are also going to be standing behind him as he speaks. now what you are about to see is rick santorum turning to those people, that smaller group of people up on the podium with him, and he shakes their hands one by one. let's play the tape. hugging his wife, karen, and then he shakes that guy's hand, and then he shakes that guy has hand. shakes that guy's hand. gives that guy a thumb's up. he awkwardly passes over the guy in the green tie, keeps going down the line, did you see that? watch it again. can we play it again? watch, guy until blue gets a handshake, guy next to him gets a handshake, thumb's up after the handshake, not you, dude in the green tie, totally passed over. what about the green tie guy? that guy, who rick santorum woulds on s on not touch,
in just now. rick santorum has exceeded expectations and wins colorado's caucus called vote tonight. >> any major population centers out? >> it's about 98% of the results in. there's a handful to be reported around arapahoe and half a dozen or so up in larimer county. these won't change the outcome of tonight's results. we'll have a press conference here in a couple of moments with the actual numbers. mitt romney had about 37% of the vote. rick santorum over 40% and ron paul reporting 11% and newt gingrich around 14%. we'll have the number finals in a few moments. we appreciate everybody's attention. we appreciate everybody who has been a part of this important process. >> and can you tell me what this meant in terms of turnout and how this might have been a factor this the case? >> we saw a lot of enthusiasm among the colorado republicans to participate in the process. it has been very exciting tonight and i'll tell you, rick santorum surprised a lot of folks in terms of his turnout, his willingness to come to colorado and compete for the votes and the enthusiasm that we saw across
, a bunch of national polls have come out in the last couple of days, showing that rick santorum is really moving now, but getting that victory in maine does help to stabilize some. the big question is what is going to happen in michigan two weeks from now, tavis. the state where he grew up. is rick santorum going to be a competitor there, and can actually win that state? if rick santorum wins michigan, this race will really be turned on its head. tavis: talking about rick santorum and mitt romney being the two front runners, a few days ago, it was mitt romney and newt gingrich, and now we see "national review online" calling for newt gingrich to get out of the race and to leave it for rick santorum to carry the torch for conservatives. what a difference a few days makes, asking newt gingrich to get out and leave it to rick santorum. >> i think it is because the editors there are much more fond of rick santorum than they are of newt gingrich. there is some home cooking at work. i think it is also what happened on tuesday, where you had on one day, three states. now, granted, the steeds --
. rick santorum, the big winner in two of the three so far. there is a race for the colorado caucuses as we take a look at the live vote total coming in. 48% of the projected vote. now again, folks, this is not 48% of the precincts. we are well above that. this is the projected vote total tonight. 48% of that, rick santorum with a lead, 38% to 36%. there are could you wanties coming in every moment. last time i talked a lot came in, now, they are not. [chuckles] >> dispone% of the precincts are reporting, hey, i think this is a trend. 38-35%. let's check in with elysia in a very empty room in colorado, where there was a speech earlier. >> reporter: getting emptier by the moment. but we will keep listening to you talk as the returns continue to come in as quickly as possible. but it has been a slow go. there are volunteers running this process. there are about 3300 individual precincts in colorado. so it is taking some time. as you mentioned, it is coming down to the wire. you know, this morning, newt gingrich told fox -- told the foxes at fox & frens, he expected to finish mid-field.
>>> good evening. it's been a huge night for rick santorum picking up victories throughout the midwest. right now, there's so much about the delegates, it is about momentum. and trul santorum is the man with the mo. at least for now. listen to his speech earlier tonight. >> tonight was a victory for the voices of our party. conservatives and tea party people who are out there every single day in the vineyards, building the conservative movement in this country, building the base of the republican party, and building the voice for freedom in this land. thank you. as a first generation american, whose parents and grandparents love freedom and came here because they didn't want the government telling them what to believe and how to believe it, that we had a first amendment that actually stood for freedom of conscience. we have a president of the united states who would roll over that and impose his secular values. on the people of this country. ladies and gentlemen, freedom is at stake in this election. we need to be the voice for freedom. in that founding document, the declar
. >>> good evening, americans, welcome to "the ed show" from new york. rick santorum said he did not compare president obama to adolf hitler. well, i'll show you the tape and let you decide. this is "the ed show" let's get to work. >>> maybe he's not the best guy after a while you found out things about this guy over in europe he's not so good of a guy after all. >> phony theology not based on the bible. >> rick santorum riding a radical wave to the top of the polls. his surrogates aren't helping. >> he's referring to radical policies. >> former congressman allan grayson and r.t.rybak on the latest remarks from rick santorum. >>> protesters in virginia delay on vote on the state's radical anti-abortion law. now terry o'neill will have the latest. >>> in arizona, a sex scandal involving a romney state co-chair could cost the candidate big time. howard fineman is here with the latest. >>> and outrage over a racist jeremy lin headline, and on air comments at espn. >> if there is a chink in the >> if there is a chink in the armor, where can lin improve his game? >> michael ear ric dyson has reac
, herman cain and newt gingrich twice. now it's rick santorum. anyone but mitt. is santorum the flavor of the month or an existential threat to mitt romney? three polls out in the last two days suggest santorum is for real. this time, mitt has reason to be worried. for the first time now, president obama's campaign team has to consider the possibility that santorum could be the gop nominee facing him. would a race against a candidate who questions women, not just at the warfront but also in the workplace be an easy target for team obama? plus, the brilliant andrew sullivan writes for "newsweek" that the birth control fight could end up as a big winner for president obama. he says the further the right wing, the farther is identified on birth control, the better it is for the president. andrew sullivan joins us tonight. >>> when house republicans caved on allowing an extension of the payroll tax cut, it was an admission that once again, this was a loser issue for the rs. >>> finally why rick santorum is real and romney ain't. >>> we begin with how serious a threat is rick santorum is to
since rick santorum's surge. >> if you want a fiscal conservative, you can't vote for rick santorum because he's not. >> does the word "hypocrisy" come to mind? >> it's a two-state showdown with one frontrunner trying to avoid an embarrassing defeat. >> governor romney is discovering you cannot take your home state for granted. >> will romney prove his staying power or will he suffer a crippling setback in michigan or arizona? it's america's choice. santorum climbed his way to the top. now he wants to win a valuable prize. the state where romney was born and raised. >> it's laughable that governor romney suggests that i am not a conservative. >> romney is waging a fierce battle, in two states that should have been shoes in. >> senator santorum hasn't been as carefully viewed by the american public as have the others. >> the two leaders struggling to erase voters' doubts, fighting each other and underdogs who are ready to pounce. >> those others who are at the top now doesn't mean they're going to stay there. >> this is the wildest, strange est primary process. >> will there be a spl
presidential thom nated contest. it's been a huge night for rick santorum. he's captured the non-binding beauty contest primary in missouri sh a dominant performance there. you can see 55% to 25%. and that is 30% difference between the two. look at the votes separating the two. newt gingrich is not on this ballot as mentioned before. this is a beauty contest, a state wide straw poll. no delegates tied to this race. but still a big win this a big swing state for general election. santorum won caucuses in minnesota. and that is three wins for campaign season so far. iowa, missouri, and minnesota. and there you can see in 45% of the vote ron paul finishing strong second. and the rest of the contest mitt romney looks like will finish in third. newt gingrich finishing in nourj fourth. now, let's take a look at colorado. this is what we're waiting on. we expect to see more reporting quickly. and right now, only 10% of the votes insofar. rick santorum holding a lead there. and rit romney predicted one or two. and ron paul, 13. let's check back in now with mike tobin in golden valley, minnesota. good e
of interesting like a case of musical chairs when the music stopped in iowa, it was rick santorum but then newt rwrestle it back in south carolina but newt doesn't look like he's been able to hold onto that. rick santorum had a huge week last week with those three victories. >> what's happening there? >> well, i mean, first off, i think, you know, voters are not looking for a candidate who walks on water. not a perfect candidate. they don't want a candidate that is going to sink under their own personal baggage and that's the problem some of the other candidates have it. rick doesn't have anything in his closet. conservative credentials are there. he's an open book. he can survive the scrutiny that he's going to undergo. >> is he acceptable to you? you're not endorsing a particular candidate. you were part of a group of evangelicals that got together and did endorse rick santorum so you think for a social conservative, he's the best candidate? >> we as an organization, we endorse principles and policies. the policies that we have put out there religious freedom, marriage, family, life, rick san
ticket. let's assume that the president is mitt romney or rick santorum. who else will be the best running mate for either? governor nikki haley. she is an indian. traction. her parents are u.s. entrepreneurs. and chris christie, the new jersey governor that endorsed romney a very popular republican in a democratic state. and daniel's rebuttal it be deemed clear, very persuasive and station man like. and other candidates, south dakota's senator, new hampshire's senator, and virginia governor bob mcdonald, and new mexico governor martinez. >> let's assume that the presidential primaries are protracted and they are decisive. what imperative does that impose on a presidential nominee when selecting a running mate? you understand the question? >> i do. >> do you want to answer the question? >> want to unite the property. and if you're mitt romney, there's not much enthusiasm for you, so you want to excite the party. who you foreclose do that is another question entirely. romney and the delegates that he needs are held by rick santorum, then we'll have a romney and rick santorum ticket.
... >> bret baier taking over, next. >> bret: i'm bret baier, let's continue to listen to rick santorum. >> we have a president of the united states who would roll over that and impose his secular values on the people of this country. and it's worse than that. when one of the catholic bishops tried to communicate that to army chaplains, the obama administration said no. you can't do that. no. because your language is sadicious and they made the change the language of a letter from a bishop to his people. ladies and gentlemen, freedom is at stake in this election. we need to be the voice for freedom. >> and in the founding document, the declaration of the independence, those founders signed their names and says we pledge our lives, and our sacred honor, ladies and gentlemen, every generation of americans doesn't create freedom. but they have many respects a harder job. they have to maintain freedom. your charge tonight, your charge tonight here in missouri, because we're not done with you here in missouri. you've got a caucus coming up next time. is to go out and pledge, pledge, no. not your li
and i ran in a few minutes. >>> first, to politics and the fall out from rick santorum's controversial comments this weekend about president obama starting with an take on the president's values. >> it's not about you. it's not about your quality of life. it's not about your jobs. it's about some phony ideal. some phony theology. not based on the bible, different, but no less a theology. that was followed by an take on the president's health care overall. requiring insurers to pay for prenatal testing promotes abortion. >> a lot of prenatal tests are done to identify deformitiedefo. >> many people are saying he's been treated like the front-runner. if he weren't, these comments would get attention. this is eyebrow raising no matter where he stands. >> the campaign with as limited infrastructure as he has, some have accused him of winging it. he can take at length. other campaigns might have a more focused message and know where they want to go with these things. he leaves his surrogates strog defend those comments. having to go on television and walk back them. he defended the prenatal
spending. the latest from detroit news puts rick santorum up four points within the margin of error. still a troubling sign for the romney campaign, banking on a little bit of home field advantage given his family history in the state where his father served as governor. despite the slipping poll numbers, romney pulling out the possibility he may end up losing in the michigan primary just 11 days away. >> you remain right there. others come up, come down. what is slowing you from seizing that momentum three polls "today" show you losing michigan. >> you understand with the polling process you have seen just how mercurial the sentiments are until they get to be the candidates better. it has always been a two-person race. it was me against donald trupl, herman cain, rick perry, then me against newt gingrich. and now it seems to be me against rick santorum. >> i should have said romney is ruling out the possibility. romney hoping support from rick snyder will help turn the numbers around a bit. they announced his hometown ties in the state they want voters to remember. >>> a little history. i
>>> primary showdown, mitt romney and rick santorum locked up in a neck and neck battle as michigan voters cast their ballots. >>> school shooting. witnesses say the teenaged gunman who opened fire at a ohio high school targeted a specific group of students. >> i hope every parent, if you haven't hugged or kissed your kid in the last couple of days, you take your time. >> daytona delay. an explosion on the tracks puts a delay on nascar's biggest race for more than two hours. captioning funded by cbs >>> good morning, everybody, and thanks for joining us. i'm betty nguyen. it is primary day in arizona and michigan, high stakes for both mitt romney and rick santorum. a victory could hit a staggering blow to romney's campaign. michigan is the first state to hold the primary. it shows the race neck and neck in a state that was once considered an easy win for mitt romney. susan mcginnis is in detroit with the latest on this. >> reporter: hi, betty. mitt romney needs to win in michigan to avoid an embarrassing defeat in his home state. the polls open in three hours and mitt romney and ric
almost three times what it took in in january, and still he's trailing rick santorum in the polls and in momentum, in spite of comments like this. >> he went to reverend wright's church for 20 years. you can question what it is. he says he's a christian, he goes to a christian church now. >> dana mill bank, a columnist for "the washington post." good to see both of you. >> good to be here. >> good morning, chris. >> santorum brings up jeremiah wright. why would he do that, ari? >> i think he brings up jeremiah wright to say, hey, the media shouldn't hold him responsible for everything that happens. also, whether it's fair or not, it allows him to try to say it's him versus obama, right? this is what he's trying to do. it's not just that mitt romney is struggling. he needs to be seen as a credible challenger. >> is it going to work? >> look, chris. this is about economic jobs. particularly looking ahead to the michigan primary here, it seems that rick santorum understands this. he just can't help himself. it's been all about world war ii and am knee olsen tee sis. in the long term
. >> excuse me. i'm just trying to catch my breath from that frankly. >> rick santorum's billionaire in an interview today with the great andrea mitchell seems to have barely survived that exchange. more interesting than his insinuation that any woman who doesn't want to get pregnant is a slut is what was said later in the interview when andrea kept pressing him on the issue. >> what about some of santorum's views. don't you think that they are outside the mainstream? isn't contraception accepted practice even among the majority of catholics in country? aren't we going back decades with some of the social issues that he's espoused? >> i didn't realize he said he was against contraceptives. has he made that statement? >> yes. nobody told you? he has made that statement a lot actually. >> one of the things i will talk about that no president has talked about before is i think the dangers of contraception in this country and the whole sexual libertine idea many in the christian faith have said well that's okay. i mean, you know contraception is okay. it's not okay. it's not okay because
race, rick santorum rolled over mitt romney he might have a good path to the republican nomination. liberals, we got to root for santorum i'll tell you why, this is the "the ed show," let's get to work. >>> the gift of being under estimated is a wonderful gift. and i think we might have seen that last night. >> the santorum sweep has democrats dancing and romney scrambling. >> rick santorum voted to raise the debt ceil, i believe five different times. >> tonight, santorum surge and how it affects the race with steve schmid and richard wolffe. ari melber and robert reich are on opposite sides of the decision to use super pacs. they are here to debate it. >> if they have a problem with spokespeople what about the pillsbury doughboy, has no pants on. >> ellen is putting right wing bigotry in their place. >>> republicans waging another secret war on workers. senator bernie sanders is standing up and doing something about it. and koch brother money is pouring in wisconsin. >> wisconsin put an end to abuses of collective bargaining, putting taxpayers back in control. >> one of the wiscon
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